Barefield Scores 19 Points in Night with the Utes Scrimmage

first_img Robert Lovell Tags: Basketball/Red-White Scrimmage/Sedrick Barefield/Utah Utes Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY – Utah senior Sedrick Barefield totaled 19 points and sophomore Donnie Tillman chipped in with 15 points in the team’s annual Night with the Utes exhibition Wednesday evening at the Huntsman Center. Red topped the White team by a total of 70-56.The night began with the Runnin’ Utes throwing down some dunks. The fans in attendance were in charge of sending the best few players to the final, which was highlighted by jams from Charles Jones, Jr., Both Gach, Donnie Tillman and Timmy Allen. All four players had two dunks apiece and Jones came away victorious following a 360-degree dunk. Gach, did however, have the fans on their feet after going a la Michael Jordan and attempting a dunk from the free throw line. Despite missing, it was still a crowd-pleaser, none the less.Both men’s and women’s teams followed with a three-point contest. The opening group of men’s shooters won the first round, 42-41, but the second group of women’s shooters notched the contest with a win with a score of 42-38 in the final round.In the first half of the men’s intrasquad scrimmage, the Red team took a 34-31 lead into break. The Red squad was led by redshirt freshman Vante Hendrix, who tallied 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting overall and a 3-of-5 effort from three-point range. Freshman Both Gach, who tallied nine points, went 3-of-4 from the field and was a perfect 2-of-2 from the charity stipe.Tillman led all players at the break with 12 points for the White team. He was 4-of-7 from the field, which included a 2-of-3 effort from beyond the arc. Freshman Timmy Allen was 3-of-4 from the field and had seven points at the break.Both teams shot well through the 16-minute first half, as the Red team tallied a .462 shooting percentage overall and a .313 percentage from downtown. The White team shot .476 percent from the floor, which included a .375 percentage from three-point range.The second half saw the Red team score 36 points, while holding the White team to 25 points, for a final score of 70-56 in favor of the Red squad.A few players from each squad switched sides at the half, but Barefield led the way with his 19 points overall, going 7-for-13 from the field and notching a perfect 4-of-4 effort from the free throw line. He also posted four assists on the evening.Tillman finished the night with 15 points on 5-of-11 shooting and grabbing a team-high nine rebounds. He had the only blocked shot on the night and managed to register a pair of steals in the contest.Junior Brandon Morley was 6-of-14 from the field, which included a 3-of-7 effort from downtown to finish with 15 points, as well. He was tied for second on the team with seven boards, matching rebounding efforts from both Riley Battin and Allen.Gach finished the contest going 6-of-7 from the field and 2-of-2 from the line for 15 points. He led the squad in both assists (6) and steals (3).The Utes will officially get the season underway on Thursday, Nov. 1, when it host College of Idaho in an exhibition contest. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. MT at the Huntsman Center. October 17, 2018 /Sports News – Local Barefield Scores 19 Points in Night with the Utes Scrimmagelast_img read more

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Scoreboard roundup — 10/30/18

first_imgOctober 31, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 10/30/18 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:  NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final  Sacramento     107  Orlando         99 Final  Cleveland      136  Atlanta        114 Final  Charlotte      125  Miami          113 Final  Toronto        129  Philadelphia   112 Final  Boston         108  Detroit        105 Final  Memphis        107  Washington      95 Final  Portland       104  Houston         85 Final  Oklahoma City  128  L.A. Clippers  110   NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Final  N-Y Islanders   6  Pittsburgh   3 Final  Detroit         5  Columbus     3 Final OT  Calgary         2  Buffalo      1 Final  Boston          3  Carolina     2 Final  Dallas          4  Montreal     1 Final  Tampa Bay       8  New Jersey   3 Final  Nashville       4  Vegas        1 Final  Minnesota       4  Edmonton     3 Final  Philadelphia    3  Anaheim      2 Final  Arizona         5  Ottawa       1 Final SO  N-Y Rangers     4  San Jose     3Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

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Prep Sports Roundup: 11/28

first_img Brad James Written by November 28, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/28 Tags: Beaver/Delta Rabbits/Derek Smith/Jager Springer/Palladium/Preston Roberts FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballNon-RegionDELTA, Utah-Derek Smith amassed 24 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists as the Delta Rabbits routed Beaver 76-40 in non-region boys basketball action at the Palladium Wednesday. Jager Springer added 15 points and 8 rebounds on 6-10 shooting for the Rabbits, who shot 50 percent from the field. Delta used a 41-16 second half surge to put the Beavers away for their first win of the season. Preston Roberts netted 7 points and 5 rebounds in the loss for the Beavers.PAROWAN, Utah-Porter Wood’s 31 points led the way as the Parowan Rams downed Bryce Valley 59-50 in non-region boys basketball action Wednesday. Treyson Roberts led the Mustangs in the loss with 14 points.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Mike Saunders’ 24 points paced Wasatch Academy in an 85-67 win over the East Leopards Wednesday in non-region boys basketball action. Tristan Enaruna added 17 more points in the win for the Tigers.BICKNELL, Utah-B. Hill posted 23 points, including seven three-pointers and the Gunnison Bulldogs downed Wayne 71-65 in non-region boys basketball action Wednesday. Garrett Chappell’s 16 points led the Badgers in defeat.PANGUITCH, Utah-Acey Orton amassed 25 points and the Panguitch Bobcats edged Kanab 48-47 Wednesday in non-region boys basketball action. Nathaniel Houston and Tyler Clark had 12 points apiece in the loss to pace the Cowboys.HERRIMAN, Utah-Marcus Sherwood netted 32 points and 16 rebounds and the Providence Hall Patriots dismantled Millard 54-38 in non-region boys basketball action Wednesday. Hayes Monroe stepped up in defeat with 21 points for the Eagles.MONROE, Utah-Brandt Williams filled up the stat sheet with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists as the South Sevier Rams overpowered North Sevier 76-59 Wednesday in non-region boys basketball action. Burke Mickelsen’s 21 points led the Wolves in defeat.last_img read more

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Man suspected of shooting Red Sox icon David Ortiz charged with ‘attempted homicide,’ attorney says

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMaddie Meyer/Getty Images(BOSTON) — A suspect in the shooting of retired Red Sox icon David Ortiz has been charged with “attempted homicide” and “criminal association” in connection to the shooting, according to his attorney.Eddy Feliz Garcia, who allegedly confessed to playing a role in the shooting, insists that he did not shoot Ortiz, his attorney, Bunel Ramirez Meran, said on Tuesday night. Meran declared that Garcia was innocent.Garcia apparently tried to flee the nightclub after the shooting, but onlookers immediately stopped and attacked him before he was turned over to police and taken to a hospital for treatment. He was later taken into police custody.Garcia later reportedly confessed to being involved in the shooting, according to Frank Félix Duran, a spokesman for the Dominican Republic National Police. Duran declined to elaborate on what the suspect told the police, or if he was the man seen in the video pulling the trigger.Garcia’s attorney said that his client is accused of being the motorcycle driver who carried the actual shooter. Meran noted that in the Dominican Republic, there is no legal distinction between being the author or the accomplice to a crime.Ortiz underwent a second surgery at a Boston hospital for injuries suffered when he was shot in the back Sunday night at a bar in the Dominican Republic in what appeared to be a targeted ambush attack, the former baseball player’s wife said in a statement Tuesday.“David arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital last night and underwent a successful second surgery. He is stable, awake, and resting comfortably this morning in the ICU where he is expected to remain for the next several days,” Ortiz’s wife, Tiffany Ortiz, said in a statement.Ortiz, 43, had been airlifted to Boston Monday night on a medical air ambulance chartered by the Red Sox. He first underwent surgery at a hospital in the Dominican Republic, where “Big Papi” was born and raised.Tiffany Ortiz thanked the Red Sox owner, John Henry, and his wife, Linda, and the team’s management for rallying around her husband. She also expressed appreciation to Dr. Larry Ronan and his staff at Massachusetts General for caring for Ortiz.“Lastly, I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of support and love that we have received during this incredible difficult time,” her statement reads. “We ask for privacy as David works towards recovery.”Ortiz took his first steps since the shooting on Tuesday, Leo Lopez, his close friend and aide, told ABC News.Shortly after he was shot, Ortiz was taken to Abel Gonzalez Center for Advanced Medicine in Santo Domingo, where he underwent his first surgery. Ortiz’s father told reporters the bullet entered his son’s back and exited through his abdomen.Dr. Abel Gonzalez, who performed the surgery, said part of Ortiz’s intestines and liver were removed.The shooting unfolded Sunday night at the Dial Bar and Lounge, a nightclub in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.Security camera footage acquired by ABC News shows the gunman coming up behind Ortiz and opening fire at close range. The footage shows people scattering after gunfire erupted and Ortiz, who had been sitting at the outdoor bar, appear to grab his side and then collapse.Jhoel López, a TV host in the Dominican Republic, was speaking to Ortiz at the bar when the shooting broke out and was also injured, according to The Associated Press. Lopez suffered non-life threatening injuries when he was struck in the leg, apparently by the same bullet that hit Ortiz.On Monday night at Boston’s Fenway Park, the Red Sox and the team’s fans made it clear that their beloved “Big Papi” was in their thoughts and prayers.Prior to the start of the Red Sox game, a moment of reflection was held for Ortiz, a 10-time All-Star and a member of three Red Sox World Series championship teams. A message reading “We send our love to David Ortiz” was flashed on one of the ballpark’s scoreboards.Fans held up letters spelling out Ortiz’s name, and many showed up at the game wearing his No. 34 jersey.“They talk about superheroes without capes and he’s a superhero without a cape,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora, a former teammate of Ortiz’s in Boston, said during a pregame news conference.Another one of Ortiz’s former Red Sox teammates, Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez, who also hails from the Dominican Republic, broke down in tears while talking about Ortiz on Monday night during a broadcast on the MLB Network.“I don’t have enough words to describe who David is, what David means to baseball,” Martinez said on air. “But I’m so disappointed to know that someone like David, who saved so many lives, can have someone after his life. And I’m sorry. I’m sorry. But it hurts me. It hurts me.“I just can’t take it,” Martinez added. “I’m here sitting with you guys and I’m trying to have fun, but my heart is with David, with his family, with everybody that cares about David. Because just one coward out there that wanted to do that to someone that didn’t deserve it.” Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. June 11, 2019 /Sports News – National Man suspected of shooting Red Sox icon David Ortiz charged with ‘attempted homicide,’ attorney sayscenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

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NYPD investigating vandalism of Megan Rapinoe posters in NYC as possible hate crime

first_imgJuly 11, 2019 /Sports News – National NYPD investigating vandalism of Megan Rapinoe posters in NYC as possible hate crime FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailXinhua/Wang Ying via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The New York City Police Department is investigating the vandalism on several posters of U.S. women’s soccer team captain Megan Rapinoe as a possible hate crime.Eight posters featuring Rapinoe, who is openly gay, were found marked with various homophobic statements at the mezzanine for the B train at the Bryant Park subway station on 42nd Street in Manhattan on Monday night, a police source told ABC News.The posters were found the day after the U.S. women’s team defeated the Netherlands in Lyon, France, to win the 2019 FIFA World Cup.The team celebrated their victory in a ticker-tape parade in downtown New York City on Wednesday.During her parade speech, Rapinoe praised the diversity of her teammates.“We have pink hair and purple hair. We have tattoos and dreadlocks. We got white girls and black girls and everything in between, straight girls and gay girls,” she said to a cheering crowd. USWNT star Megan Rapinoe praises teammates: “We have pink hair and purple hair. We have tattoos and dreadlocks. We got white girls and black girls and everything in between, straight girls and gay girls.” https://t.co/j1h0yXktcK #USWNTParade pic.twitter.com/14Ijn4OVl0— ABC News (@ABC) July 10, 2019The team traveled to Los Angeles later that day to attend the ESPY awards, where they won “Best Team.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lundlast_img read more

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Metgasco signs farm-out agreement with Vintage for Cervantes prospect in Australia

first_img Metgasco has option to drill second optional exploration well within the L14 in WA. (Credit: Metgasco) Oil and gas exploration and production company, Metgasco has executed a re-stated L14 Western Flank farm-out agreement with RCMA Australia (Jade) and Australian company Vintage Energy, relating to the Cervantes oil prospect in Western Australia.As per the re-stated farm-out agreement, which complies with the terms of binding term sheet signed in November 2019, Vintage will fund 50% of the Cervantes exploration well in exchange for a 30% participating interest.The Cervantes well is located in the northern onshore Perth Basin, 3km south-west of the Jingemia oil field.Additionally, Vintage will pay $100,000 to Metgasco for future exploration expenditure relating to Cervantes as well as $100,000 to Jade relating to seismic re-processing over the L14 production license (L14).Metgasco and Vintage to drill Cervantes oil prospect in 3Q 2020The farm-out agreement entails Metgasco and Vintage to drill the highly prospective 3D seismically defined Cervantes oil prospect in the Western Flank area of the L14 production licence, in the third quarter of 2020.Additionally, Metgasco has the right to drill a second optional exploration well within the L14 production licence, between April and end of December 2020.Metgasco chief executive officer Ken Aitken said: “Metgasco is pleased to have finalised the L14 farm-out agreement with Vintage and RCMA Australia.“Metgasco, as seconded operator, are currently working closely with RCMA and Vintage to progress Cervantes planning and look forward to a successful project.“An exploration success at one of the largest undrilled oil prospects in the Perth Basin will be highly commercially significant for Metgasco and continue to build on the momentum provided by the recent gas discovery in the Cooper/Eromanga Basin.”Vintage will have a 30% interest in the Cervantes oil prospect while Metgasco and RCMA Australia will own 30% and 40% stakes, respectively.In 2019, Metgasco and its partners have made a gas discovery at the Vali-1 ST1 gas exploration well in Cooper-Eromanga Basin licence ATP 2021 in Australia following the drilling programme.Located on the Queensland side of the Cooper- Eromanga Basin, the 370km² ATP 2021 permit is highly prospective with drill-ready prospects identified by 3D seismic. Vintage to fund 50% of the Cervantes exploration well for a 30% participating interestlast_img read more

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Hunters expands in central London

first_imgHunters continues its expansion in central London with a new branch in Willesden Green, joining successful offices in West Hampstead, Harrow and Harrow on the Hill.Glynis Frew, Managing Director of Hunters Property Plc said, “We are delighted to see our continued expansion in London and welcome Franchise Owner Shahzad and his team to the Hunters network. We already have a strong presence across the capital and plan to widen our reach further throughout 2016.”Shahzad has lived in the area for 35 years, he says, “When I decided to open my own estate agency franchise, I wanted to do this with the support and reputation of one of the nation’s most recognised and trusted brands.”“We are seeing a real mix of buyers in Willesden Green, including inner city dwellers moving further out and people looking to live closer to central London. Trendy new bistros, bars and shops are beginning to appear along the high street, adding to the already vibrant atmosphere developing in the area.”Hunters expansion Hunters agencies and people 2016-04-27The Negotiator Related articles Laptops donated by Hunters in memory of murdered York estate agent28th April 2021 Your Move parent group posts extraordinary profits surge28th April 2021 TPFG boss: Why we’ve joined rival LSL’s mortgage network27th April 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Home » News » Agencies & People » Hunters expands in central London Hunters expands in central London27th April 20160569 Viewslast_img read more

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House hunters are returning to the property market, claims Rightmove

first_imgHome » News » Housing Market » House hunters are returning to the property market, claims Rightmove previous nextHousing MarketHouse hunters are returning to the property market, claims RightmoveAgents may have reasons to be cheerful as portal’s January figures reveal buoyant market including increased properties coming to market as well as more online searches.Nigel Lewis19th February 201801,199 Views The latest house price index from Rightmove reveal rising home hunter activity, an increase in properties coming to market, and asking prices going up in all but one region of the UK.Also, the portal says the contraction in the number of homes being sold in recent months is now losing steam.Its figures, which are for January, reveal that the average asking price has increased by 0.8% across the UK;  that the number of properties coming to market rose by 2%; and that agent stock held steady (see graph, right). Also, the number of homes sold contracted by only -1.6% during January, compared to -5.5% in the final quarter of 2017.As well as reporting record traffic to its website at 141 million visits last month, Rightmove says the hottest property market is in the Midlands, where asking prices are rising three times faster than the national average.“The average price of newly-marketed property in the Midlands is up by over 5% compared to a year ago, a marked contrast to parts of London and its commuter belt,” says Rightmove’s Miles Shipside (pictured, left).“Many buyers in the Midlands are willing and able to pay more to secure their future home in a faster-selling market, resulting in Midlands prices rising three times faster than the national average.”All this has pushed the UK’s average asking price to over £300,000 for the first time, up by 1.5% compared to the year before, helped by increased activity within the second-stepper market.But Rightmove says the increase in prices for homes coming on to the market in January is half that of last year’s 1.6% rise, and that agents should be wary of vendors pricing their homes too ambitiously.London remains in a difficult place. Rightmove’s figures reveal that prices in all but its most outer suburbs continue to drop year-on-year, and that its homes are taking a week and a half longer to sell than the rest of the UK. The average price for a home in London is now £627,591, Rightmove says.“We have a lot more to be positive about than in previous years,” says Jeremy Dunscombe (pictured, right) of Legal & General Mortgage Club.“Year-on-year house prices are rising at a far more sustainable rate and couple this with the exemption of Stamp Duty on properties under £300,000 and Government schemes, it is no surprise first-time buyer levels are at an 11 year high.”Read more Rightmove market commentary. midlands property market Legal & General Mortgage Club Jeremy dunscombe Miles Shipside Rightmove house price index February 19, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Will every agent eventually have to list on all three portals?

first_imgManning Stainton, an independent 19-branch estate agency in North Yorkshire, has re-joined property portal ZPG after for than two years off Zoopla and its sister site PrimeLocation, and has now begun advertising its 1,600 properties on the two portals once more.The agency’s return highlights the pressure many agents feel under to join all three of the property portal giants following the flotation of OnTheMarket earlier this year and the end of its one other portal rule.“We have seen other returnees to the ZPG platform and wanted to make sure we moved fast and early in terms of returning to their platform and felt now was the right time to list across all three main portals,” says the company’s Managing Director Mark Stainton.The market-leading agency, which has Manning Stainton and Fine & Country branded branches in and around Leeds but also Harrogate and Wetherby, has been trading for over 20 years and was – in 2016 – voted the UK’s Best Overall Agent on allAgents.co.uk.Based in central Leeds, the company has also been on the acquisition trail recently including  last year the purchase of competitor lettings agency AR Estates founded by Ann Riddington, and Clear Properties.Property portal“We recognise that the vast number of people visiting Zoopla will greatly benefit both our clients, in terms of eyes on their property, and our own business in the additional leads generated by ZPG,” says Mark Stainton.Manning Stainton has a wide range of activity within the market including sales and lettings but also removals, new homes, auctions and mortgages. Mark Goddard, Managing Director of ZPG Properties Services, says he is “looking forward to working with them”.Read more property portal news. mark stainton Manning Stainton Rightmove OnTheMarket property portals Zoopla ZPG April 18, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Will every agent eventually have to list on all three portals? previous nextAgencies & PeopleWill every agent eventually have to list on all three portals?As Yorkshire market leading agency Manning Stainton decides to be on Rightmove, OnTheMarrket and now ZPG, many agents now feel under pressure to follow suit.Nigel Lewis18th April 20180679 Viewslast_img read more

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‘No link’ between short lets and supply problems in traditional rental markets, says trade body

first_imgThe trade body that represents the short-term lets industry in the UK has refuted claims that online platforms such as Airbnb are restricting supply to the traditional lettings market.Merilee Karr, who chairs the UK Short Term Accommodation Association and runs her own agency UnderTheDoormat.com, claims there is “no research that demonstrates a concrete link between short-term rentals and a lack of housing supply in the UK”.She also rejects recent calls for greater regulation of the sector, saying: “We believe that industry measures and host education will more directly address residential amenity concerns than any new regulations,” she told the Evening Standard newspaper.Her comments followed research by London councils published earlier this week revealing that 74,549 flats and houses are available for short term rental in London.This represents one in 50 properties in the capital or just over 2% of its housing stock, although the research only included ‘whole property rentals’ rather than rooms within houses or flats.AirbnbThe analysts looked at all the largest short-term rental platforms including Airbnb, ooking.com, HomeAway, Niumba and TripAdvisor.“The market [for online short-term lets] is growing out of control,” says Darren Rodwell, executive member for housing at London Councils.His organisation is calling for greater powers to control the explosion in short-term lets in London, force landlords to register their properties and stop irresponsible homeowners allowing their properties to be used as ‘party houses’.“Borough are hearing more and more complaints about short-term lets linked to anti-social behaviour,” adds Rodwell.UK Short Term Accommodation Association Merilee Karr homeaway airbnb Booking.com January 23, 2020Nigel LewisOne commentHarvey Residential, Harvey Residential Harvey Residential 23rd January 2020 at 9:13 amYou’ve surely got to question Merilee‘s interest in this…. it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that if a property is available on short let, it can’t be available for long term renters, thus affecting supply.A quick look on Short term websites and the sheer number of places available tells you all you need to know about the supply issues.The problem with short lets is 2 fold:1) In London, where we operate, we have seen quite a fair few landlords ending longer term tenancies to cash in on the short term rental. This has 100% let to less properties available for regular renters.2) Sub-letting: I’ve lost count of the amount of our tenants caught sub letting. Some are stupidly open about it, most are downright sneaky and have never actually stayed a night in the place we’ve rented them. Removing these tenants during the course of their tenancy is near on impossible without a lengthy and costly legal battle.We now dedicate a lot of resources to fighting this and enforce each and every tenant caught doing this.I also note a growing issue with apartments getting badly damaged by short stay renters with the named tenants not being able to afford the repairs.With talks of scrapping Section 21 notices, the problem will be infinitely worse…Don’t get me started on the loss of employment this has caused in the hotel industry and their supply chain….Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » ‘No link’ between short lets and supply problems in traditional rental markets, says trade body previous nextProptech‘No link’ between short lets and supply problems in traditional rental markets, says trade bodyUK Short Term Accommodation Association denies campaigners’ claims as research shows one in 50 homes in London are on Airbnb.Nigel Lewis23rd January 20201 Comment595 Viewslast_img read more

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